Professor McGee Appointed to a State Bar of Georgia Committee

Savannah Law School professor, Kellyn O. McGee was recently appointed Vice Chairperson to the State Bar of Georgia’s Disciplinary Rules and Procedures Committee for a three-year term. This standing committee advises the Executive Committee and Board of Governors with respect … Continue reading

Savannah Faculty Prepare to Take the SEALS Conference by Storm

Five Savannah Law School professors head to the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference (SEALS) in Amelia Island, Florida in August to speak on a diverse range of topics. Andrew Wright, formerly of the White House Counsel’s Office, will … Continue reading

Director of Academic Achievement, Susan Landrum, Guest Speaker on HuffPost Live

Savannah Law School’s Director of Academic Achievement, Susan Landrum, was selected as a guest speaker on HuffPost Live’s show to air Tuesday, July 8 at 12:35PM. The topic of the show, How Effective Motivation Influences Success, compliments Susan’s work at … Continue reading

SLS Professor Publishes Opinion Article for Savannah Morning News

Savannah Law School professor Marc Roark recently published an opinion article in Savannah Morning News regarding a city project set to displace many Savannah residents. In his article titled, “City Project Destroys a Neighborhood” Professor Roark says the residents are, … Continue reading

SLS Student Receives the Judge Kravitch Scholarship

Savannah Law School student, Danielle Cordova, is this year’s recipient of the Judge Kravitch Scholarship. The Judge Phyllis Kravitch Scholarship was established by the Savannah Bar Association in tribute to Phyllis Kravitch, an outstanding community leader known for her character, … Continue reading

SLS Student Honored at GAWL Annual Dinner

Savannah Law School is pleased to congratulate 3L student, Mary Hashemi, on being honored as an outstanding law student by the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (GAWL). In addition to recognition at the GAWL Annual Dinner, Mary is receiving a … Continue reading

SLS Holds First 1L Moot Court Competition, Named After Vice Dean Nespica

Congratulations to Michael Silverman, Champion of the 2014 Dean Nespica 1L Moot Court Competition.  The competition took place on April 24, 2014, following two preliminary rounds held April 10 – 17, 2014. The quarterfinalists were Stephanie Bagnall, Elizabeth DeSalvo, Lauren … Continue reading

Free Practice LSAT at Savannah Law School

Savannah Law School will partner with Kaplan Test Prep to provide prospective law school students the opportunity to take a free practice LSAT under test conditions before the June exam.  The practice test will be administered from 10 a.m. to … Continue reading

SLS Professor Wins the 2014 Dukeminier Award from The Williams Institute

Savannah Law School professor Luke Boso has been selected as one of three winners for this year’s Dukeminier Awards for his piece, “Urban Bias, Rural Sexual Minorities, and the Courts.” Named after the late Jesse J. Dukeminier (1925-2003), who was … Continue reading

Professor Boso Accepts Offer to Have Article Published in the Hawai’i Law Review

Associate Professor Luke Boso accepted an offer from University of Hawai’i Law Review to publish his latest article “Real Men.” The Article will appear in Volume 37, Issue 1, and it’ll come out in Spring 2015. This Article challenges implicit … Continue reading

SLS to Host Legal Education in the Twenty-first Century Conference in Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey

Savannah Law School and Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in partnership with Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi, are hosting the Legal Education in the Twenty-first Century: an International Conference of Legal Educators on May 4-7, 2014 in Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey.  With the … Continue reading

Professor Megale Named Contributing Editor of Appellate Advocacy Blog

Savannah Law School Professor Elizabeth Megale was named a Contributing Editor of the Appellate Advocacy Blog: A Member of the Law Professor Blogs Network, an online forum for the rigorous analysis of appellate advocacy.  Appellate Advocacy published her first blog … Continue reading

SLS Director of Academic Achievement to have Article Published in the Marquette Law Review

  Susan Landrum, Director of Academic Achievement at Savannah Law School is awaiting publication of her latest article in the spring edition of the Marquette Law Review. Her article, Much Ado About Nothing?: What the Numbers Tell Us About How … Continue reading

Savannah Law School Announces New Dean

The Directors of Savannah Law School and Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Malcolm L. Morris as Dean/CEO and Professor of Law, effective July 1, 2014. Professor Morris has enjoyed a distinguished career … Continue reading

Savannah Law School Students Successfully Compete in Mock Trial Competition

Savannah Law School would like to congratulate Tia Bailiff, Amy Delozier, Mary Hashemi, and Michael Kelley, the members of the American Association of Justice competition team.  This weekend, they made an impressive showing at one of the nation’s most challenging … Continue reading

Savannah Law School to Host Spring Open House

Students interested in attending Savannah Law School are invited to learn more about the school, meet professors, students, and key staff at our 2014 Spring Prospective Student Open House from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., April 12, 2014. The event will … Continue reading

Professor Sneirson Presents at the NE Florida Environmental Summit

SLS’s Professor Judd Sneirson will be presenting on “Shareholder Primacy and the Problem of Corporate Compliance” at the 15th Annual Northeast Florida Environmental Summit this Thursday, February, 27th. This year at the Summit, a distinguished group of speakers will address … Continue reading

SLS Professor Interviewed about Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law

SLS’s Professor Elizabeth Megale appeared this week as a guest on the internationally syndicated The Diane Rehm Show and also on the Tom and Curly Radio Show, a broadcast from Seattle, Washington.  Professor Megale, a former Florida criminal defense attorney, … Continue reading

SLS Professors Present at International Conference on Contracts

Savannah Law School Professors Caprice Roberts and Marc Roark will be representing SLS at the 9th Annual International Conference on Contracts on February 21-22, 2014. Professor Roberts will be presenting her scholarship on Restitutionary Disgorgement and Opportunistic Breach of Contract … Continue reading

SLS Professor Appointed to the Savannah Tree Foundation’s Board of Directors

The Savannah Tree Foundation recently named Savannah Law School Professor Judd Sneirson to its Board of Directors. The Savannah Tree Foundation’s mission is to preserve, protect, and plant canopy trees in Chatham County, Georgia. The Foundation promotes, through direct action … Continue reading